A what now?
Learning at Work Week (L@WW) 2019 took place from 13th to 17th May (or the 19th if you work weekends!). I volunteered to organise some learning activities here at DPG. This blog is about why we got involved, what we put together and what
I have permission from the author of this case study to share it with the DPG Community. The study has established a link between culture and organisatonal performance. The study sample size is not huge (and not specifically stated) but appears to be
Here it is, episode 2 of my post that aims to share new tools and information in the hope of continually developing study skills.
To recap on the previous post on the subject: I’m not looking to make just another list of study tips since there is alr
There are a couple of things that have happened in the last few weeks that have got me thinking about the importance of having friends at work.
This heady combination of the launching of a staff survey, one of my closest work friends leaving and bein
One of the reasons often cited for the continued reliance on old fashioned training methods and techniques is that this is what education looks like to most people.
Most people have only experienced learning in a classroom environment and therefore wh
Richard Thaler won the Noble prize in economics for his work on ‘nudge theory’ this week. Is nudge theory something we should be applying in HR and L&D? Maybe you already are?
Nudge theory involves affecting a person’s behaviour and choices based on
In a subtle change of commuting direction (north rather than south on the M6) – I headed off to the CIPD Manchester Agile Organisation on Friday to learn more about what does being agile really mean?
The tone was set by Dr David Beech at the start of
I've just been reviewing some of my participants’ end of programme CPD records: reading what they have learned and – more importantly – how they’ve used their new found knowledge and skills both personally and professionally. I’m always amazed at the
Having recently had a much-needed week away from work visiting places of historical interest I have been reflecting on how our learning about these places is not necessarily suited to individual learning preferences.
For me personally nothing gladdens
In describing what working in the White House for Donald Trump is like Bob Woodward also provides an insight into managing upwards!
This week we are offering you a freegetAbstract book summary of Fear by Bob Woodward, who with fellow Washington Post j
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